Physical education helps students develop the knowledge, fitness levels, motor skills, and personal and social skills to obtain the ultimate goal of a lifetime of physical activity and health. All children, from pre-kindergarten through grade 12, should participate in quality physical education classes every school day. A quality physical education program should include curriculum aligned instruction and assessment and an opportunity for all to learn.
Interim Physical Education Consultant:Mary Teachout (517) 335-1730 email@example.com
- 2014 Physical Education and Physical Activity Summary Report
- Model Policy on Quality Physical Education and Physical Activity in Schools - Approved November 20, 2012
The Physical Education Grade Level Content Expectations were approved at the April 8, 2008 State Board of Education meeting.
For copies of the Grade Level Content Expectations and Physical Education Michigan Merit Curriculum Guidelines contact Mary Teachout at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Michigan Public Pool Safety Guidelines for Schools The guidelines were created to help clarify pool safety requirements for schools. Topics addressed in this document include lifeguard requirements, safety equipment, and poolside safety.
- Obesity Fact Sheets These fact sheets contain results from weighted Youth Risk behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data related to obesity among youth.
- The President's Challenge: Physical Activity and Fitness Awards Program